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• Posted by Christian Kühn
• Date: Friday, June 30, 2006, at 8:38 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: POTC: Why the music turned out this way (Devin Rose)

> So, along with the incorporation of supernatural elements in the genre as
> well as a new franchise,


> The decision to overtake the music completely wasn't just Zimmer's choice.
> It's why Silvestri was let go in the first place. But, the score to Black
> Pearl dragged on as well as it did because of all the assistance from
> composers like Gregson-Williams. Through their efforts, the score retained
> swashbuckling music.

Since when was HGW a part of PotC 1?! And how can something drag along "well"?

> Now that Zimmer has overtaken the score completely, he pulled off what
> Disney wanted.

Again: what?


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